Category Archives: NaBloPoMoUK

Call yourself a Writer?

There is only one answer to this question: I would like to, very much, but I can’t yet proclaim it with any honesty.  I post a few blog pieces, read as much as time allows and aspire to be a … Continue reading

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Motherless Mothers

This post is in response to the NaBloPoMoUK challenge: a blog post a day throughout November. When I was pregnant with my son, friends with children would tell me how their relationship with their own mother was changing, how they … Continue reading

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How do you avoid procrastinating when you’re supposed to be writing?

This post is in response to the NaBloPoMoUK challenge: a blog post a day throughout November. We all like to write; some of us are bloggers, some write novels as well, a few of us may be professional writers, earning … Continue reading

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Is the Computer Mightier than the Pen?

This post is in response to the NaBloPoMoUK challenge: a blog post a day throughout November.  I’m using the prompts at www.blogher.com. When you are writing, do you prefer to use a pen or a computer?  Are you a person … Continue reading

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Music and Writing – do they Mix?

This post is in response to the NaBloPoMoUK challenge: a blog post a day throughout November.  I’m using the prompts at www.blogher.com. Can you listen to music and write?  What song did you hear today? Have you ever caught one … Continue reading

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The Value of Food

This post is in response to the NaBloPoMoUK challenge: a blog post a day throughout November.  I’m using the prompts at www.blogher.com. If you knew that whatever you ate next would be your last meal, what would you want it … Continue reading

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Why I like Writing

This post is in response to the NaBloPoMoUK challenge: a blog post a day throughout November.  I’m using the prompts at www.blogher.com. I’m quite new to writing.  I wasn’t a child who would keep notebooks or scribble things down as … Continue reading

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